We found this gem of a frozen drain pipe in Carroll Gardens during the polar vortex part two last week.
Below is a photo of some of Brooklyn’s
best absolute worst architecture.
The architect must have been going with a “let’s get an oversize lunar module to take a dump on an early 20th Century single family home” sort of look with it. This house sits along E 12th Street, just off of Avenue R, and has looked like this for years. Nothing like a neighbor taking a literal dump on the landscape to brighten up a neighborhood.
Plus, the deep freeze and snow began to make us feel as though it was worth it to pay an arm and a leg for two slices of pizza, but it was closed, so we had a delicious goat dish from a nearby Pakistani spot. Delish!
Words from a Sheepshead Bay poet: